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Thus Spake ChatGPT
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Thus Spake ChatGPT

On the reliability of AI-based chatbots for science communication.

Why Is the Current XAI Not Meeting the Expectations?
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Why Is the Current XAI Not Meeting the Expectations?

Seeking better explanations for how algorithmic decisions are made.

There Was No 'First AI Winter'
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There Was No 'First AI Winter'

Despite challenges and failures, the artificial intelligence community grew steadily during the 1970s.

The Infrapolitics of Algorithmic Resistance
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The Infrapolitics of Algorithmic Resistance

Exploring the complex interactions between humans and machines governed by algorithms.

Machine Learning Sensors
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Machine Learning Sensors

A design paradigm for the future of intelligent sensors.

Generative AI as a New Innovation Platform
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Generative AI as a New Innovation Platform

Considering the stability and longevity of a potential new foundational technology.

Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape
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Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape

Navigating the complex and varying AI regulatory landscape.

Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks
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Fragility in AIs Using Artificial Neural Networks

Suggesting ways to reduce fragility in AI systems that include artificial neural networks.

There Is Little Evidence for Today's AI Alarmism
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There Is Little Evidence for Today's AI Alarmism

Over time, we will have a much better sense of which AI areas require significant regulatory intervention and which do not.

Who Should Make the Rules that Govern AI?
From ACM Opinion

Who Should Make the Rules that Govern AI?

One question for Laura Weidinger and Iason Gabriel, research scientists at Google DeepMind.

Can Generative AI Bots Be Trusted?
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Can Generative AI Bots Be Trusted?

It will be a long road to learning how to use generative AI wisely.

Conjoined Twins: Artificial Intelligence and the Invention of Computer Science
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Conjoined Twins: Artificial Intelligence and the Invention of Computer Science

How artificial intelligence and computer science grew up together.

Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere
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Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission urgently needs to regulate automated hiring systems.

When AI Thinks You Are Dead
From ACM Opinion

When AI Thinks You Are Dead

AI hallucinations can be amusing, but the consequences for society could be dangerous.

Why Conscious AI Is a Bad Idea
From ACM Opinion

Why Conscious AI Is a Bad Idea

Our minds have not evolved to deal with machines we believe have consciousness.

You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand
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You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand

Why AI regulations should begin with mandated disclosures.

AI Is Not Going to Reinvent the Alphabet Anytime Soon
From ACM Opinion

AI Is Not Going to Reinvent the Alphabet Anytime Soon

Artificial intelligence does not understand how humans read well enough to design type on its own.

AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?
From ACM Opinion

AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?

If we are lucky, new technologies will only cause brief confusion.

There Is No AI
From ACM Opinion

There Is No AI

There are ways of controlling the new technology, but first we have to stop mythologizing it.

AI Not Yet Intelligent Enough to Be a Trusted Research Aid
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AI Not Yet Intelligent Enough to Be a Trusted Research Aid

An attempt to use ChatGPT for scholarly research proves uncovers errors and frustration.
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